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Heart Attack Prevention

Heart Attack Prevention

Heart Attack Prevention

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Despite all the modern possibilities of today's hightech medicine, heart attacks remain by far the number one cause of death in Western Europe. More and more frequently, even young people are affected. Many people are not even aware that they have a sick (i.e. pathologically altered) heart. The symptoms of an oncoming heart attack can be multifaceted: sudden pain in your chest, possibly spreading into your left arm, stomach, or back; profuse perspiration, nausea, shortness of breath, and anxieties.

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Why should you have your heart examined even though you have no complaints? Because many people suffer an unexpected heart attack which can carry with it serious consequences. Alongside possible genetic predisposition, by and large it is our lifestyle which turns us into candidates for a heart attack.

Factors such as

  • nicotine
  • lack of exercise
  • poor eating habits and overeating
  • lack of resistance to stress

increase your risk of a heart attack.

If we detect your risk of a heart attack early enough, we can get a grip on your danger of having a stroke or heart attack by treating it in time and helping you change your lifestyle. That is why we offer you our heart attack prevention program for your own benefit.

Prevention is especially advised if you fall into one of the following categories at risk:

  • smoking
  • diabetes
  • artherosclerosis
  • high blood pressure
  • high cholesterol
  • cardiac arrhythmia
  • high levels of stress